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Redefining Quality and Cost

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The biggest fabric library in Australia with over 7000 fabrics, rest assured we have the fabric perfectly suits for all formal attire
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Wedding Suits, Tails & Tuxedos

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With over 20 years as Australia's Finest Bespoke Tailor. Let Germanicos make you look stunning for your Special Day!
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The True Bespoke Tailor

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It goes without saying that Germanicos will have you looking the best you have ever looked. Let us be a part of the most important day of your life and tailor you a Bespoke Experience you will never forget!
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Redefining Quality and Cost

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Germanicos has redefined the Bespoke industry, giving you old World Tailoring at Exceptional Costs

The Fabrics

To build our immense fabric library of over 7000 fabrics, Germanicos has sourced the globe, going to almost every continent to ensure we bring only the finest fabrics to our clients.


Our finest suppliers mill their fabrics from the UK, France and Italy, with blends and yarns that are used on the likes of some of the world’s finest figures, from the finest tailors.


We have fabrics perfectly suited for that warm Australian summers, or for that beautiful destination wedding in the European summer or tropical south-east Asia. We can create the perfect three-piece wool suit in a fabric so lightweight, you’ll not even feel like you are wearing a formal suit. We carry various linen and cotton blend fabrics that will be the centrepiece of every island wedding,


If you’re planning a more subdued winter wedding, we cater to classic formal wear, with heavier wools and cashmere, mohair and silk blended fabrics. We will make you glow in a stunning midnight blue tuxedo or a Prince of Wales double-breasted suit that will make you look your absolute finest.


Leave it to our wedding stylists to guide you into the fabric that will be perfectly matched for you.


Story Behind The Fabric

The Changpa woman carries an armful of pashmina wool to a tent, to store it out of the wind. Despite difficult geopolitical conditions, the nomadic herdsmen of Ladakh continue to produce pashmina

Female musk oxen, with first-year young, in the dry tundra of a Greenland winter. Muskoxen live in small groups and are extremely shy, making them difficult to approach

After shearing, the vicuna fleeces are carefully rolled, before being sorted at a secret location. Vicuna wool is the main source of revenue for the Quechuas of the Pictoni community